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... kings on camels and lots of music. We were told by locals that it's a bigger deal than New Year's Eve and everything will be shut down tomorrow. Vivi says she read that kids leave hay outside their doors for the camels and the wisemen leave presents, so she left out water in lieu of hay on the steps of our camper. Santa had 2 Kinder eggs that he forgot to put in their stockings that he's going to pass onto the wisemen! - Mo P.S. Hopefully more pictures when I have a wi-fi ...
... a trip to Paris, as well as painting, at least I have been painting, and of course lots of normal housekeeping activities that seem to fill our days.
I've very much enjoyed my painting class on Thursday morning. There are six or seven individual on any given week that come to the English Speaking Club to enjoy the advice and tutelage of Peter, a lovely volunteer who steers us away from disasters toward a nice outcome. We have a lively time admiring each ...
... and hung in there with his 18-year-old partner, Sergio, even though they lost every match. At one point, Doug was playing padel tenis on one end of our school complex, and Sam was playing basketball on another. Floating in between, Henry and I visited the cafe for coffee and pastries.
Apparently competition is our theme. Looking for a way to make a non-Thanksgiving something memorable and fun, we held the first annual Boeschen Family ...
... lunch. Got a few dances after dinner and then up for the syndicate quiz. The question master was not one of the usual people and her questions were rubbish. Suffice to say the winning score was 11/20 and it was not us. The normal winner score has been 16+. Now looking forward to getting ashore in Tangiers. We hope the captain is using a different navigational map from the one showing on the TV in the cabins. The map shows Tangiers almost in ...
... with them. We hope we get to see them again.
We had very nice home made breakfast yet again, and started driving towards Valencia. - This will conclude our big loop in Spain. On the way, we stopped at the town called Alcala del Jucar. It's a town built on the side of the towering river gorge. There were cave houses everywhere - both ruined and still in-use. Oh by the way, the temperature hit 38 degrees today around ...